CALL FOR VIDEOS!

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In the sixteen months since Orthodoxy in Dialogue went to press, our mandate has evolved from our initial vision of short, original articles to include longer articles, reprints, news, poetry, books reviews and summaries, interviews—and now videos.

We have published three videos to date: the trailer for Cassidy Hall’s upcoming film on Thomas Merton, a panel discussion on women in the Church by the Orthodox Christian Studies Center, and USA TODAY’s brief interview of an Orthodox mother who lost her son in the Thousand Oaks massacre. A fourth video is currently under discussion with its producers.

We seek original, professional quality videos of any length that have direct relevance for a mainly Orthodox global audience. You must allow us to embed the video in a post rather than simply provide the link to our readers. (For one thing, our CTR is typically very low.) You should include a brief, explanatory article that is as interesting as it is informative. With very few exceptions we will only consider submissions that come directly from the producer(s) or videographer(s).

Interviews may now be submitted in a video format. 

You need not be Orthodox to submit a video for consideration.

Videos will be archived in a separate section in the upper portion of our Archives by Author as well as in the alphabetical listing of authors in the lower portion.

See our Submission Guidelines for other general requirements and our editorial email address.

Orthodoxy in Dialogue seeks to promote the free exchange of ideas by offering a wide range of perspectives on an unlimited variety of topics. Our decision to publish implies neither our agreement nor disagreement with an author, in whole or in part.
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